Dog Aliens 3: She Wolf Neya

This third installment in Cherise Kelley's Dog Aliens series about how the Kaxians and the Niques rival it out on Earth will be available in paperback and ebook formats sometime in 2014.


Neya is uneasy remaining in her parents' wolf pack. She doesn't like how they speak of her friends, the dog aliens. And anyway, she wants to stop nannying her brothers and sisters. She wants to mother her own pups, to have her own mate and start a new pack with him. Now if he would just ask her, already!

Raffle knows what Neya wants, but he thinks he knows what's best for her. She is a wild creature, born free. He is bonded to his humans and can't leave them. It pains him to reject her, but he knows she needs a mate of her own kind. He has someone in mind for her.

And then Red shows up.

Meanwhile, Lido spies and Baj flies space shuttles!


Kaxians Featured on Galactic Netcasts!


Galactic Netcasts' Anessa Alana Magnus Moyenes said some really nice things about how I reported on the Kaxian dog aliens on Wednesday, March 5, 2014. She talked mostly about my Dog Aliens short story, Kaxian Duty, but said she read some of Dog Aliens 1: Raffle's Name in order to fill in the details she needed in order to describe the Kaxians on the show's Creature Feature. :)

It's an hour-long show, but the part about my books starts at 0:32 and goes on for eleven minutes. Listening to it made my day! You can listen here: The Alien Invasion #99 - Poo Or Not

WTAQ 97.5 FM in Green Bay, Wisconsin ran this episode on the air Thursday, March 13, 2014 and posted about it on their website, which is where my Google alert sent me and how I learned about this. I had no idea!

Dog Aliens Short Story Kaxian Duty is free right now everywhere you get ebooks online, for example:
 Kindle | Nook | iTunes | Kobo
The story is too short to make into a paperback book, about ten paperback pages, but someday I might contribute it to an anthology or have it printed in a magazine.

Vincent Trigili and his son like my dog alien books!

Please comment on Vincent Trigili's blog post and thank him for blogging my two free books, everyone. :) He appreciates that I write family friendly science fiction that his 10 year old son loves! This is the best feeling ever! 
Here's a recent photo of Raffle and Oreo with some Maple tree roots we see on our daily walk in the park. I find these tree roots beautiful for some reason. Of course, the dogs usually want to sniff the tree for scent messages and then struggle with each other to be the last one to leave their own scent messages. This line of Maple trees is a very popular scent message site for the local Kaxians. ;)

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